Who Discovered Diamonds?

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Diamonds were discovered in or about 800 B.C.E. (Before Common Era) in the country of India. For some time you could only get diamonds from India until they were discovered elsewhere. It isn't known who exactly discovered the first diamond. For more
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Around 800 BD, diamonds originally came from India. They were not mined, but picked
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The government of the Transvaal Colony bought the diamond, named the Cullinan after Sir Thomas Cullinan, Premier Mine's chairman, and gave it to England's King Edward VII in 1907,
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